Dodge Viper Headlight Bulbs, Aftermarket Fog Light Bulbs
Dodge Viper Headlight Bulb Information
Dodge Viper Headlight Bulb choices are plenty. Once you decide you’re ready to install some aftermarket light bulbs, there are many options to consider in choosing the perfect replacement headlight bulb for your Viper. Headlight Bulb replacements are available in a variety of brands, wattages, and colors, with each set of headlight bulbs being ideal for a particular purpose.
Our line of Dodge Viper headlight bulb carry thru
1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 or 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10 models.
94-10 Dodge Viper Headlight Bulb
Dodge Viper Headlight Bulb / Viper Fog Light Bulb Frequently Asked Questions
Is the price listed for a single Viper bulb or is it for the pair?
All the PIAA and Nokya bulbs we sell for your Viper are sold by the pair. By paying the listed price, you get both bulbs. We do not have the bulbs packaged for individual sale.
How long will these PIAA / Nokya bulbs last in my Dodge Viper?
Generally speaking, if the bulbs are installed properly without leaving any dirt or oil on the surface, you could expect them to last 1-2 years. If you have any blowouts within the first couple of months, please let us know and we will be happy to replace them for you.
Do you carry BLUE headlight or fog light bulbs for my Dodge Viper?
There are only a few companies that produce truly BLUE light bulbs (not super white with a blue tint, but actually royal blue). We do not carry these types of bulbs as the coating is usually very dark resulting in a very dim beam, making them a safety hazard.
Which bulbs are better: Nokya, Sylvania, Luminics, etc. ?
Considering the price, Nokya bulbs are by far the best bargain we have available for your Viper fog lights or headlights. Sylvania are very pale color-wise (even worse than PIAA), Luminics have an overall higher defect ratio, and most other brands do not stack up to Nokya quality (let alone PIAA).
Will these bulbs burn the wire harnesses on my Dodge Viper?
Your Viper’s stock wire harness is not designed to withstand continuous extended usage. For that reason, we offer Nokya Replacement Harnesses to ensure long term proper lighting on your Viper. They are also a far cheaper alternative to buying Viper factory harnesses which lack the heat capacity of the Nokya Viper harnesses.
Are these bulbs brighter than my Dodge Viper’s stock Headlight / Foglight bulbs?
No. Contrary to popular belief, aftermarket bulbs add color to your high beams / low beams / fog lights by adding a tint to the glass. This tint results in a nicer beam, but blocks out a small amount of light, resulting in a slightly dimmer beam than your stock clear Viper bulb would have. The color comes at the price of a LITTLE bit of brightness, but most people do not notice the difference.
Why Should I Buy Aftermarket Bulbs for My Dodge Viper’s Headlights / Fog lights?
First off, the stock bulbs on your Viper are going to wear out eventually. Replacing your bulbs with aftermarket headlight bulbs (or fog light bulbs) and keeping your OEM headlight bulbs for spares can be a good way to make sure you are always driving safe and minimize your chances of getting a time wasting fix-it ticket.
Also, changing your headlight bulbs can be an inexpensive, quick, and easy way to give your Viper a nice personalized touch that unlike many upgrades, you can actually SEE while driving.